In this highly informative and insightful episode, we unpack how the PRESTO Framework and the Integrated Music Teaching Framework work together. As I’ve received numerous inquiries from teachers and even my own team members, we address the question of how PRESTO aligns with the IMT framework. Our discussion encompasses the essence of integrated music teaching, distinguishing between “just in time” and “just in case” lessons. Furthermore, we uncover the 3-step process and 3 pillars that form the foundation of the IMT framework. Additionally, we unravel the intricacies of the PRESTO framework and its harmonious integration within IMT and its pillars. Finally, stay tuned for some exciting developments unfolding within TopMusic in the upcoming months.
- Different frameworks and roadmaps in TopMusic.
- What integrated music teaching means?
- “Just in time” vs “just in case” lessons.
- An example of an integrated music lesson: scales vs improv.
- The 3-step process of IMT framework.
- The 3 pillars of IMT framework.
- What is the PRESTO framework?
- Where does PRESTO fit with IMT and the pillars?
- Some exciting developments in TopMusic in the upcoming months.
- The PRESTO Framework
- Integrated Music Teaching
- The 3-Step Process for Integrated Music Teaching
- Episode 301: The 3 Pillars of Integrated Music Teaching
- Episode 302: 3 Steps to Teaching an Integrated Music Lesson
- TopMusic Courses
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